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09/09 - 11/25
Learn - Then Act! Apply for JASA's Institute for Senior Action (IFSA)

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NYATEP'S 2014 Fall Conference

10/21
United Neighborhood Houses to Host 2014 Annual Benefit: New Yorkers Who Make a Difference

10/21
The Dignity of Family Life Award Dinner

10/22
4th Annual Brooklyn Food & Heritage Awards to Benefit BHS

10/22
Annual Harlem Luncheon

10/22
Benefit for Special Kids - Staten Island Mental Health Society

10/23
Her Justice: Story by Story

10/23
NEW YORK POLICE & FIRE WIDOWS’ & CHILDREN’S BENEFIT FUND’S 29th ANNUAL GALA

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10/28
Vanderheyden Oktoberfest

Social Worker Teaches Students about Dating Violence PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 05 December 2012 02:12

375 junior and senior Arlington High School health students watched Denise Dean, an actress and social worker, perform a one-woman play on preventing dating violence. Dean performed "The Yellow Dress," which was followed by a discussion on early warning signs of domestic violence. The Arlington High School Parent-Teacher-Student Association sponsored the assembly, with help from a Board of Cooperative Educational Services grant. Read more in the Poughkeepsie Journal.

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